Esports audiences can add SLING Free, a TV streaming service that delivers live and on-demand sports and entertainment instantly to compatible internet-connected devices, to their must-watch lists. Starting March 24, ESR 24/7 esports linear channel is available on SLING TV. The programming includes exclusive college esports tournaments with 150 of the best esports teams competing in 12 gaming titles; NBA2K Draft, Rainbow Six and upcoming tournaments; Age of Coronavirus: GameStop Won’t Stop & College Edition featuring exclusive interviews with Wallstreetbets members and College esports teams. Customers can access ESR on SLING TV’s streaming service and SLING Free via internet-compatible devices, including Xbox, LG and Samsung TV’s; Amazon, Android and Roku streaming devices and via esrevolution.com/sling on Chrome, Safari and Edge web browsers.
“Esports is a global phenomenon,” says Wendy Wang, CEO of ESR. “SLING TV is smart to offer ESR’s extensive esports content free to watch to an exploding esports audience. Our high-quality but down-to-earth, home-brew entertainment will connect with ordinary gamers and non-gamers alike.”
From exclusive live events and tournaments to documentaries, game shows and reality series, ESR delivers hundreds hours of original and curated esports entertainment every month with down-to-earth, home-brewed content created to connect with gamers and non-gamers alike. Along with curated match highlights, scrims and streams, ESR provides binge-worthy programming 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, around the world.